Rancheria Creek runs during and after winter rain storms. Flows can jump up dramatically during storms so it is safer to catch this run just after rain storms as high flows drop. Log jams and strainers are commonly reported, so boaters must be watchful and ready to portage or avoid these hazards.
Other Information Sources: Cassady & Calhoun, Schwind http://cacreeks.com/ranchria.htmhttp://brt-insights.blogspot.com/2008/01/mountain-view-run-rancheria-creek.html
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Flows in Rancheria Creek are assumed to be approximately 1/3 of flows at the Navaro gauge. The dreamflows Rancheria may be more accurate when it is reporting up to date. Double check the date to see if it is current.
Permits are not required for this reach.
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Typical scene on Rancheria
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